A-One Bangkok Hotel
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Thailand is a beautiful serene country just as beautiful as Hawaii and Fiji it is apart of Asia, and offers many wonderful activities and eateries. As it is in Hawaii and Fiji there are sandy beaches, agriculture and natural aspects to the country that allows you to be immersed in the community that is Thailand. What sets Thailand apart from other …
I didn't sleep too well last night. We got back from the bar and I caught sight of a cockroach scuttling under my bed, that was it no sleep for me! I always remember my dad telling me a story about a guy in a Vietnamese prison, it's a true story I think, maybe he read it somewhere I'm not sure. This guy had a lump on the side of his throat which appeared to be getting bigger, after a few weeks another prisoner saw that the lump was moving so asked the officer for ...
... I can say with certainty is that Thai food is quickly becoming one for the most desirable nationalities for cooking, quickly overtaking the French, Italians, Chinese and even Americans. But what is surprising is that to a westerner looks of the food can and in my experience is very misconceiving.
A general rule is you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover.
Some of the time you will look at dish and be distracted by the fact it looks rather unappetising.
... after taking in the Giant Swing (which was more of a giant goalpost due to an absence of any actual swing) we entered Wat Suthat. Here people were taking part in the Makah Bucha celebrations by carrying candles and lotus flowers around the ornate temple building, each circling three times. As well as giving thanks to the Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha, the proceedings seemed to involve handing out ...
... a long 3 hours as we were shattered. When we reached the town Paweena had sent a colleague to come and meet us. I could tell she was a teacher straight away as ironically she was wearing exactly what I wear to work: grey pencil skirt, black top and cardy.She told us her nickname is Thom and Paweena's is Fai. She drove us around the huge town which is preparing for Chinese New Year and has a ...